Sports

IND vs BAN ODI Head To Head: India vs Bangladesh … Who is heavy on whom .. Liton Das will be left sweating after seeing these figures

New Delhi. The Indian cricket team led by Rohit Sharma will play a 3-match ODI series against Bangladesh (IND vs BAN) from 4 December. Many new faces have been given a chance in the Indian squad for the ODI series, including promising players like Rajat Patidar, Rahul Tripathi and Yash Dayal. The team’s regular captain Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli along with KL Rahul are returning to the team, who were given a break on the New Zealand tour.

The teams of India and Bangladesh (India vs Bangladesh Head to Head ODI) have faced each other 36 times overall in ODI cricket. During this, Team India has won 30 matches while Bangladesh defeated India in 5 ODIs. A match is inconclusive. India has won 3 ODIs at home while Bangladesh has won 4 ODIs on their home soil. Team India has won 17 ODIs away from home during this period. India has won 10 ODIs at neutral venues, while Bangladesh has one win in its account.

Also read: Most time nervous 90s in Test: 5 players who were most often victims of nervous 90s in Test cricket… 2 Indians included in top five

India-Bangladesh match will not come on Amazon Prime Video or HotStar, know where and when you can watch IND vs BAN LIVE match

Last faced in ODI series in 2015
The teams of India and Bangladesh last clashed in the ODI series in 2015. Then the Indian team captained by Mahendra Singh Dhoni was defeated 2-1 by the hosts Bangladesh. In such a situation, now Rohit Sharma and Co. have a chance to settle the score of 7 years old defeat.

Tamim out, Liton Das to command
Bangladesh has suffered a major setback before the start of the series. The team’s regular captain Tamim Iqbal has been ruled out of the ODI series due to injury. Experienced wicketkeeper Liton Das will take charge of Bangladesh in the ODI series in place of Tamim. Bangladesh will also not be able to get the services of fast bowler Taskin Ahmed in the first ODI. Taskin is out of the first ODI due to injury.

Tags: India vs Bangladesh, Liton Das, Rohit sharma, team india

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button